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Perry Stone-Demonic Strategies Of The Enemy Part 1

 

 

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Clashes erupted after the killing of a Palestinian man suspected of shooting an advocate of increased Jewish access to the holy site.

Israel to Reopen Contested Holy Site in Jerusalem

By JODI RUDOREN and ISABEL KERSHNER

After closing it over security concerns, Israel said the site, which Jews call the Temple Mount and Muslims the Noble Sanctuary, would reopen on Friday.

Mrs. Johnson Sirleaf is trying to leverage Ebola help for broader economic projects.

Liberia’s Ebola Crisis Puts President in Harsh Light

By HELENE COOPER

As Liberia’s first elected leader after a devastating civil war, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has pushed the country to economic growth, but gains have been halted by the Ebola outbreak.

Campaigning to Extend, or End, One-Party Rule

By MONICA DAVEY

The trend toward one-party control of statehouses has made the states a testing ground for party policies in an era of gridlock in Washington.

U.S.
Senator Mitch McConnell with some of his supporters outside of George J's Restaurant in Glasgow, Ky., on Tuesday.

A Winding Trail for Mitch McConnell to Lead the Senate

By JASON HOROWITZ

The inscrutable Senate minority leader, who hopes to be the next Senate majority leader, traveled rural Kentucky in his tough re-election campaign with a group of supporters including the singer Lee Greenwood.

Former Navy SEAL Team Member Investigated for Bin Laden Disclosures

By CHRISTOPHER DREW and NICHOLAS KULISH

A former Navy SEAL who wrote a best seller about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is under criminal investigation for disclosing classified material.

Eric M. Frein

Eric Frein, Suspect in Pennsylvania Trooper’s Death, Is Captured After 7-Week Manhunt

By ASHLEY SOUTHALL

The suspect had eluded capture since one Pennsylvania state trooper was killed and another was wounded on Sept. 12.

Police officers facing off with demonstrators in Ferguson, Mo., last week. Protests continue 11 weeks after an officer killed a black teenager, Michael Brown.

THIS LAND

On the Other Side of Ferguson’s Protest Lines, Officers Face New Threats

By DAN BARRY

Eleven weeks ago, the Ferguson Police Department was an unremarkable Midwestern force. Now, it is a flash point, and its police department a symbol of jackbooted oppression.

. Missouri: Inquiry Finds No Juror Misconduct
Muriel Bowser, a fifth-generation Washingtonian and Democratic candidate for mayor, has served on the City Council since 2007.

Changing Demographics May Tip Balance in Race for Mayor in Washington

By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

Washington, D.C., traditionally leans to the left, but changing demographics and a weariness over Democrats’ corruption scandals may help independents and Republicans break through.

World
Husband’s Arrest in India Tests Colonial-Era Sex Law

By RAKSHA KUMAR and ELLEN BARRY

A man accused of having extramarital sex with men was charged with violating an 1861 law that India’s Supreme Court reinstated last December.

Smoke billowed from Burkina Faso's Parliament building on Thursday. President Blaise Compaoré angered people with his plans to further extend his 27-year rule, inciting the uprising.

Violent Protests Topple Government in Burkina Faso

By HERVÉ TAOKO, ALAN COWELL and RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

Violent protests against the president’s plans to stay in power after 27 years led to the dissolution of the government after attempts at compromise failed.

. Open Source: A Dramatic Day in Burkina Faso
Sunni Tribesmen Say ISIS Exacts Brutal Revenge

By BEN HUBBARD

Islamic State militants have killed scores of members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe that fought them for months, tribal leaders and officials said.

Politics
Kaci Hickox and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur, were followed by a state trooper as they cycled on Thursday morning in Fort Kent, Maine.

From Governors, a Mix of Hard-Line Acts and Conciliation Over Ebola

By JESS BIDGOOD and KATE ZERNIKE

In response to public anxiety, governors of both parties are struggling to define health policies on the virus.

Charlie Baker, the Republican candidate for governor, shook hands with voters in Boston.

Tearful Displays Enliven Close Governor’s Race in Massachusetts

By KATHARINE Q. SEELYE

Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker have both fought hard to change what caused their 2010 defeats, but neither has made enough of an impression to take the lead in the polls.

Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois greeted soldiers at a homecoming celebration for the Illinois National Guard last week.

Voters in Illinois Governor’s Race to Choose ‘Failure’ or the ‘Billionaire’

By TRIP GABRIEL

Gov. Pat Quinn, a Democrat, and Bruce Rauner, a Republican and wealthy political novice, are neck-and-neck in a deep-blue state that President Obama calls home.

Business
Laurette Eugene at the Point Blank Body Armor factory in Pompano Beach, Fla. The United States economy grew at a better-than-expected rate in the third quarter.

Third-Quarter G.D.P. Rose 3.5%, Lifting Hopes for U.S. Economy

By PATRICIA COHEN

The higher-than-expected bump in gross domestic product was driven in part by a spurt in federal spending, largely in defense, and private investment.

. The Upshot: A Good Summer, but Less Rosy Future
Alexei Miller, left, of Gazprom and Andriy Kobolev of Naftogaz signing the pact on Thursday.

Ukraine and Russia Reach Accord on Natural Gas Deliveries

By JAMES KANTER

The agreement, under European Union auspices, ends a standoff over payments for gas Ukraine had already consumed, and terms for future deliveries.

Christmas music

Radio Dusts Off Mistletoe, in October

By BEN SISARIO

With one station switching in mid-October, and 500 doing so by December, the all-Christmas format is one of radio’s most enduring and profitable gimmicks.

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Technology
Tim Cook, at his induction into Alabama Academy of Honor, challenged his home state to do more to ensure citizens' equal rights.

COMMON SENSE

Apple Chief Tim Cook’s Coming Out: ‘This Will Resonate’

By JAMES B. STEWART

Mr. Cook said the trade-off to his own privacy was worthwhile, “if hearing that the C.E.O. of Apple is gay can help someone struggling to come to terms with who he or she is.”

Tim Cook, the chief executive of Apple, in Washington last year. His public announcement that he is gay, in an article on Thursday, could help others dealing with prejudice.

THE UPSHOT

Tim Cook Is Important Because Firsts Are Important

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

The Apple chief executive’s public announcement that he is gay could have a cascading effect on the culture at other companies.

THE UPSHOT

Why the U.S. Has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Affordability

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

The lack of competition in the U.S. broadband industry could have long-term economic consequences for American competitiveness.

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